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Visit the high Sonoran desert, an area rich in Native American culture and cowboy heritage that is true to the original roots of the Old West. Guests are able to participate in adventure activities including hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, jeep tours and even cook-outs under the stars; not to mention enjoying a round of world-class golf. For more refined tastes, there is a fine avant-garde art scene including the symphony, ballet, opera, theater, museums and more. Discover the Southwest, amidst a scenic beauty that provides an eclectic combination of the old and new.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
(520) 883-2702 / website
29 miles/46 minutes

The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place.
Arizona State Museum at The University of Arizona
(520) 621-6302 / website
27 miles/36 minutes

Experience the Native cultures of Arizona, the Greater Southwest and northern Mexico at Arizona State Museum.
Old Tucson Studios (show details) (hide details)
(520) 883-0100 / website
38 miles/47 minutes

Arizona’s Hollywood in the Desert.
Kitt Peak Observatory (show details) (hide details)
(520) 318-8732 / website
27 miles/37 minutes

Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), part of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO), supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth for nighttime optical and infrared astronomy and daytime study of the Sun.
Mt. Lemmon (show details) (hide details)
(520) 576-1321 / website
61 miles/105 minutes

The Santa Catalina Mountains, however, is home to the southernmost ski area in the United States, which is perched near the 9,157-foot summit of Mt. Lemmon.
Saguaro National Park
(520) 733-5153 / website
49 miles/62 minutes

Enormous cacti, silhouetted by the setting sun, for most of us the Giant Saguaro is the universal symbol of the American West. And yet, these majestic plants are only found in a small portion of the United States. Saguaro National Park protects some of the most impressive forests of these sub-tropical giants, on the edge of the modern City of Tucson.
Tucson Museum of Art (show details) (hide details)
(520) 624-2333 / website
26 miles/34 minutes

The Tucson Museum of Art connects art to life, inspiring discovery, creativity, and cultural understanding through meaningful, engaging experiences.
Tohono Chul Park (show details) (hide details)
(520) 742-6455 / website
15 miles/ 23 minutes

Biosphere 2
(520) 838-6200 / website
29 miles/38 minutes

A center for research, outreach, teaching and life-long learning about Earth, its living systems, and its place in the universe.
San Xavier del Bac Mission
(520) 294-2624 / website
35 miles/43 minutes

Mission San Xavier del Bac is situated in the Santa Cruz Valley nine miles south of Tucson, Arizona.
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
(520) 749-2861 / website
62 miles/80 minutes

This extremely popular recreation area is located along Sabino Creek right at the edge of Tucson, Arizona. For many who come to visit the Southwest, this area provides their first close encounter with the Sonoran Desert and the fascinating variety of plants and animals that make it their home.
St. Augustine Cathedral
(520) 623-6351 / website
27 miles/35 minutes

With its Spanish influence, came the missionary priests to this territory. "The Chapel of the Royal Presidio of San Agustin in Tucson" was part of the Spanish fort built in 1776.
Arizona Historical Society
(520) 628-5774 / website
27 miles/36 minutes

Established by an Act of the First Territorial Legislature on November 7, 1864, the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) is Arizona’s oldest historical agency.

Arizona Opera
(520) 293-4336 / website
26 miles/35 minutes

Arizona Opera – now in its 37th Season – produces grand opera throughout the state of Arizona and is one of only three companies in the US that performs in two cities. Led by Artistic Director Joel Revzen and Executive Director Debra Harrison, the company produces five operas each season.
Ballet Arizona
(602) 381-1096 / website
29 miles/39 minutes

Ballet Arizona is an innovative and provocative professional ballet company that creates, performs, and teaches outstanding classical and contemporary ballet. The company is dedicated to preserving and celebrating classical dance while creating and commissioning new innovative works.
Tucson Symphony Orchestra
(520) 882-8585 / website
26 miles/33 minutes

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra shares beautiful, professionally performed music with as wide an audience as possible. It does so each season through a series of nine Classic Concerts, four MasterWorks Chamber Orchestra Concerts, five TSO Pops! Concerts, Classic, MasterWorks and TSO Pops!
UA Presents
(520) 621-3341 / website
22 miles/32 minutes

Your Adventure Starts Here!
Pima Air & Space Museum
(520) 574-0462 / website
37 miles/44 minutes

Pima Air & Space Museum, where history takes flight, is one of the largest air and space museums
in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum. You'll see more than 275 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craft ever produced, both from the United States and throughout the world.

The Rialto Theatre
(520) 740-1000 / website
27 miles/36 minutes

Everything from Rock to Bach, to borrow a favorite phrase from a ‘70s infomercial. The truth is the Rialto hosts a broad array of performers and talent, including rock bands, jam bands, comedians, heavy metal, hip hop, film, jazz, flamenco, country, skiffle – you name it, we have hosted it. Except chamber music. That belongs in chambers only.
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun
(520) 299-9191 / website
21 miles/32 minutes

"DeGrazia had a vision," and "He knew exactly what he was doing...When it was ready, the doors were opened and the people kept flooding in. There are six permanent collections of paintings that trace historical events and native cultures of the Southwest. Rotating exhibitions display some of the 15,000 DeGrazia originals housed at the gallery, including oils, watercolors, sketches, serigraphs, lithographs, sculptures, ceramics and jewelry.
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La Encantada Mall
(520) 615-1004 / website
18 miles/28 minutes

Featuring more than 55 fine shops and restaurants in an intimate, open-air setting.
Foothills Mall
(520) 219-0650 / website
13 miles/20 minutes

Welcomes to an enclosed regional shopping center tucked in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. More than 90 stores, outlets and value retailers offer the latest designer fashions and brand name merchandise at incredibly low prices.
Tucson Mall
(520) 293-7330 / website
20 miles/29 minutes

Tucson Mall is the area’s leading retail destination and largest shopping center in Southern Arizona. It offers 1.3 million square feet of sensational shopping with more than 200 specialty shops and five department stores.
Fourth Avenue
27 miles/36 minutes

Fourth Avenue is where it happens! There are over 100 merchants on the Avenue selling everything from books, art, furniture and clothing. Nowhere in Tucson can one find so many great places to eat in such a concentrated area where you name it and it is here on the Avenue. Find those quirky, totally original spots that give Tucson its distinct flavor.
Old Town Artisan
(520) 623-6024 / website
26 miles/ 34 minutes

Old Town Artisans is located on the site of El Presidio San Augustin del Tucson, the fort built by the Spanish in 1775 to stake claim to the northern frontier of New Spain. It is the true historic Tucson experience with distinctive shops and dining.
Casas Adobes Plaza
(520) 299-2610 / website
15 miles/23 minutes

Casas Adobes Plaza, created decades ago by a protégé of renowned architect Josias Joesler exemplifies mastery of space and enduring style, resplendent with beauty and charm. A jewel of Spanish Colonial architecture, this Old World lifestyle center has captivated visitors for more than 50 years, becoming a true landmark of Southern Arizona.
St. Phillip’s Plaza
(520) 529-2775 / website
22 miles / 31 minutes

Discover Tucson's finest local boutiques, galleries, and restaurants with delightful outdoor dining. Enjoy the colorful gardens, tiled courtyards, beautiful fountains, and mission-style architecture of St. Philip's Plaza.
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The University of Arizona
(520) 621-2287 / website
22 miles/32 minutes

Tucson Electric Park
(520) 434-1010 / website
32 miles/38 minutes

Tucson Baseball and home of the Arizona Diamondbacks Spring Training.
Hi-Corbett Field
(520) 327-9467 / website
31 miles/43 minutes

When it comes to spring training ballparks, Hi Corbett Field is the granddaddy of those still standing. Built in 1937 - ten years before the first Cactus League game was ever played - Hi Corbett Field is a reminder of what ballparks used to be. It is home to the Colorado Rockies Spring Training & Tucson Toros.

Tucson Rodeo
(520) 741-2233 / website
30 miles/37 minutes

The first La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Celebration of the Cowboys) in 1925 touted three days of events and competition. Today, the event has grown to a nine-day celebration centered on the Tucson Rodeo, one of the top 25 professional rodeos in North America.

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Karen Hull
Home Smart
  -  Fax: 520-395-0446
6893 N Oracle Road Ste 111
Tucson, AZ 85704
License # SA628278000

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